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Shannon has a passion for residential lettings and has worked on both the High Street and Online since 2013. Having gained further qualifications including NVQ Level Three in Residential Lettings & Property Management, NFOPP Technical Award and a Diploma in Management, she is also a Midlands Landlord Accredited Member. Shannon heads up our landlord team and is on standby to assist with your letting requirements.

Right to Rent checks are in breach of human rights - according to a High Court ruling made on Friday 1 March 2019. The court further said that the requirement to carry out Right to

Asbestos in rented property exists in significant numbers across the country.  The long-term harmful effects of asbestos inhalation are well-known and the unsettling fact is that, despite being banned in 1999 in the

If you're interested in becoming a property investor, developer or landlord, one of the first questions you may ask is "how do landlords finance rental property?" Well, there is actually a range of

Residential Lettings can, at times, be a bit of a confusing minefield and sometimes we forget that not all our readers are experienced with all the technical terms and abbreviations. So we have

The UK's property rental sector has seen phenomenal growth since the year 2000, and there are now around 5.4mn privately rented properties and households. This sector growth has doubled during the period and

It’s a well-known fact that the UK is a nation of pet owners – around half of adults own a pet, which adds up to 11.1 million pet cats and 8.9 million dogs,

As landlords, it’s important for us to protect our investments from the minute a potential tenant wants to sign the tenancy agreement. Gathering background information about a tenant is a good way to

What is a HMO? House in multiple occupation, or HMO, is a property shared by a number of unrelated people on a room basis. They used to be referred to as multi-let or

As a landlord, your property is a huge investment. Whether you manage one home or a hundred, you want to make sure that you protect your investment and, of course, keep your tenant’s